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Reviews of Books Priced $16.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $16.95.

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Field Notes for the Self

by Matt Sutherland

If the dream is an Indigenous writer from the far north who’s able to capture his native landscape, spirituality, and ancestral exploitation in sublime poetry, the reality is Randy Lundy. His three earlier collections include Under the... Read More

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The Unseen

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Chronicling one generation of a hardscrabble island family’s life, Roy Jacobsen’s novel "The Unseen" is a pearlescent tribute to the alchemy of the sea. Ingrid, a bright-eyed child whose laughter is her family’s solace, is born on... Read More

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Pierre & Paul

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Hungry from climbing the Himalayas and other grand backyard adventures, two best friends pause their imaginative play to create a sandwich fit for a bold explorer. Pierre speaks French and Paul speaks English, but communication is no... Read More

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Boon on the Moon

by Peter Dabbene

A boy and his robot move to Earth’s moon in John Huddles’s wonderful "Boon on the Moon". Byron “Boon” Barnett’s dream comes true when his father gets a job opportunity on the Moon; with some lobbying from Boon, the whole family... Read More

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Possess the Air

by Joe Taylor

Taras Grescoe’s artful and detailed "Possess the Air" draws on letters, memoirs, and secondary sources to chronicle twenty years of resistance to Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. Set in Mussolini’s Rome, which lives and breathes... Read More

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Lost in Oaxaca

by Karen Rigby

Travel and awakening combine in "Lost in Oaxaca", Jessica Winters Mireles’s delicate romance. Camille is a piano teacher at a personal and professional crossroads. After an abusive lover left her injured, Camille turned cautious. Her... Read More

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Subduction

by Monica Carter

Kristen Millares Young’s novel "Subduction" is rife with personal struggles, confrontations, and the pain of memory. Claudia, a Latinx anthropology professor, escapes a barren marriage and the life that she built in Seattle after... Read More

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